Applying for a salon position as a hairdresser? Then you’ll definitely benefit from?ÿ Karrusel, a skills based resumes that calls much attention to your licenses, knowledge and artistic side.
Upload your preferred headshot photo, make it transparent with word’s picture corrections tool, then size it up, crop, and fit to the top row of the header table.
You can experiment with word’s artistic effects to transform it into black & white in seconds. Or add a texture as the cell background.
Personalize by altering the quotes on side and the job objective.
All it needs to be finished are a few specific power words to make it ATS friendly – what recruiters use to find you.
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My old resume looked like it was tailored for my former position (I was there for 10 years), not the current role I want to apply for. My old resume didn’t even have a “profile” or “skills” section. My old resume didn’t even contain a “education” section.
I like to think, I look a bit more professional than my previous black and white, one-column resume. It’s very minimal, which I feel is a good thing. I’m using a 0.
It saves me from having to explain my sudden career change and it looks nice. It’s simple, clean, and easy to read (a huge accomplishment since I have a pretty funky reading angle). It also helped that I found one I liked immediately when I started this for some reason.
It’s minimalist: no useless “projects” section after an unimpressive 2 internships (one which had almost nothing to do with what i’m currently looking into). Simple is good! friend said that having references on page one was dumb because someone might not read all three pages.
It looks clean – something that isn’t easy to do with Times New Roman or Georgia font without it looking like school projects/work experience from long ago (I’m in early 30s).
It looks clean, like a professional page. It’s easy on the eyes, and the colors are vibrant. It doesn’t need to be explained in a cover letter. All you need to know is that it looks good on a computer and is easy to read. Great stuff.
When first looking over it though i noticed there was an indentation on one section that made me think 1×1 tables shouldn’t be used (i changed them to 2 column ones anyway).
Doesn’t get any nicer than this – I am able to list special skills separately. Most importantly for me is that I can customize it to fit any job I’m applying for. You see, I work in a FTSE 50 company.
It offers a very consistent look no matter what line in the resume I choose to work on. Breaks up long sections of text with small paragraphs instead of a long block of text.
First off it’s beautiful design makes readability really high while not being overly cluttered (as in tons on same page). It feels clean & professional yet still fun to look at.
It saves me an arm & leg if i want to go back through 20+ years in 10 days or so – without having cut out everything that doesn’t apply (which saved time previously). Also it keeps trim since we are ultimately looking at 1 page CVs these day.
The old one was just *jammed* with information from years ago that no longer had any relevance to current employers or positions (like hacked emails). It wasn’t even being sorted by skill based on what i’m most interested in doing anymore; all skills were combined into generic words like “communication” /”).
For one, it’s easier to read than my previous (high school) resume, which was a page monolith containing all my relevant college experience.
First off: it’s only one page! Even better – each title on your experience section (restaurants) are between 1-2 lines long depending how lengthy you make yours. – Since most job postings get hundreds or thousands wrote in them without getting reviewed by recruiters/hiring managers like mine; they look great. No more.
It’s very cleanly done, avoiding many of the issues I’ve seen other people struggle with (all of which I’ve seen first-hand). It’s a single page, which I’ve heard is a great thing to do.